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UPC-A089218751997   UPC-A barcode 089218751997
Product NameLost TV Classics
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B00QFPR62O
Price New6.97 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used6.43 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Run Time100 minutes
CastDouglas Fairbanks Jr., Jr. Lon Chaney, Reginald Denny, Roger Creed, Steve Reeves
Run Time100 minutes
Width7.5 inches    (convert)
Height5.4 inches    (convert)
Length0.7 inches    (convert)
Weight17 hundredths pounds    (convert)
BindingDvd
FormatNTSC
Published12/01/2014
Run Time100 minutes
Long DescriptionA fascinating collection of adventure, mystery, action and drama featuring a star-studded cast of big and small screen favorites. Kimbar Of The Jungle (1949): The Lion Men Of Tanganyika - Chapter 1: Years before achieving worldwide fame as Hercules, muscleman Steve Reeves starred in the title role of this adventure series in the style of the Saturday-matinee cliffhangers and set in darkest Africa. Here, Kimbar must pit his brains and brawn against a sadistic sect of warriors. Starring Steve Reeves. From The Files Of Jeffrey Jones - Pigeon Hunt (1952): A pro wrestler awakens wearing blood-stained clothes and no memory of the night before, prompting Private Detective Jones to delve into the seamy underbelly of the sporting world. Starring Don Haggerty. Bulldog Drummond - The Ludlow Affair (1952): Douglas Fairbanks Jr. introduces this small-screen adaptation of H.C. McNeile's popular character, the suave sleuth with a taste for fast cars and beautiful women. Robert Beatty plays Drummond, while future Hammer Films perennial Michael Ripper plays his faithful pal, Kelly. Starring Robert Beatty, Greta Gynt. The Phantom -- No Escape (1961): The masked avenger known as the Phantom goes undercover at a plantation to uncover a murderer. This unaired pilot features an all-star cast alongside Bob Hope's long-time stunt double Roger Creed as the Phantom. The Storyteller (1952): Marvin Miller (of The Millionaire fame) hosted this syndicated series in which he would relate strange but true stories about actual people. The series, which made excellent use of Miller's incredible baritone voice, began on radio as ""The Story Behind the Story"" before making the move to television.
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